Lugansk, Ukraine - Pro-Russian separatists march past a spent artillery casing near the abandoned, frontline village of Sanzharikka on February 15. Kiev accused rebels of opening fire on villages in southeastern Ukraine, all but burying a week-old European-brokered cease-fire deal. The pro-Russians ignored the agreement to capture the strategic town of Debaltseve.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
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